Schiphol Group

An industrial alliance with Schiphol Group, the operator of Amsterdam Airport

Groupe ADP and NV Luchthaven Schiphol ("Schiphol Group"), the operator of Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, signed an industrial cooperation framework agreement outlining an 8% cross-shareholding. This industrial cooperation agreement between two large European airport groups, signed for an initial period of twelve years, is a major strategic initiative with mutual benefits for the two companies in many of their key business areas. The alliance was named "Hublink."Schiphol Group manages four airports in the Netherlands; it also holds an equity interest in New York's JFK International Airport (terminal 4) and Brisbane Airport in Australia.

A cooperation agreement: Groupe ADP, Schiphol Group and Incheon international airport

In January 2014, Groupe ADP, Schiphol Group, and Incheon International Airport Corporation renewed a 2011 cooperation agreement to improve the quality of services available to customers (passengers, airlines, freight operators, etc.). The three partners, satisfied with the outcome of this partnership, decided to make it permanent by laying out new areas for cooperation, including innovation.

Long-term industrial cooperation agreement and 8% cross-shareholding agreement between Groupe ADP and Schiphol Group 
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Un accord de coopération entre Aéroports de Paris, Schiphol Group et Incheon, l'aéroport de Séoul
Un accord de coopération entre Aéroports de Paris, Schiphol Group et Incheon, l'aéroport de Séoul

Schiphol Group in figures

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  • 64.3 millionpassengers in 2015, of which 58 million at Amsterdam-Schiphol
  • 1.42 billionEuro turnover in 2015
  • 374 millionnet income in 2015